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Property Name Marysville Union Pacific Depot
Reference Number 16000709
State KS
County Marshall
Town Marysville
Street Address 000 Hedrix Ave. (at Alston St.)
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 10/11/2016
Areas of Significance Transportation (Railroad-related), Architecture
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The Marysville Union Pacific Depot (1928-1929) is nominated to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Historic Railroad Resources of Kansas multiple property submission under Criterion A for its historic association with the growth and development of Marysville, Kansas, and under Criterion C for its architectural significance as an example of a Spanish Revival passenger depot. The stucco and terra cotta passenger depot was designed by California architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood. The period of significance begins in 1928 with the beginning of construction and ends in 1955 when regular passenger service was suspended.

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